Miroslav Tomoski is a political reporter at Herb. He studied US politics at the University of Windsor and has been reporting as a freelancer since the 2016 election. His work has taken him across 30 states and – in the hopes of making it to all 50 – he is now looking for a good reason to go to Oklahoma.
A case in Colorado begs the question: what made it worth hiding from the public?
The cannabis industry is becoming a political force in the U.S.
Twenty-eight-year-old Ocasio-Cortez upset the Democratic party when she won a Congressional primary in June. Now, she’s endorsing the candidates she wants coming with her to shake things up.
The Blockchain is already popular for buying illegal drugs on the dark web. Now, governments might start using this high-tech tracking system.
In the past two years, the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in the Beaver State has fallen from 420 to eight.
Cannabis users have been barred from crossing the border in the past. Now, businessmen are being turned around just cause of their investments.
K2—or synthetic cannabis—hospitalizations are on the rise across the country.
Oklahoma governor Mary Fallin has to approve the initiative before it can be placed on the ballot.
The cannabis industry is celebrating the news.
The Green Gorilla isn’t disheartened, even after losing a chunk of inventory.
The data is consistent with other reports which have found that legalization does not lead to an increase in crime.
Is law enforcement blaming the wrong people for the state’s illegal grows?
In many states, hemp-derived CBD oil is available while anything made from cannabis is not. California has taken a different approach.
It’s an important step for the state which could legalize through the legislature this year.
Legalization could help Pennsylvania balance its budget, but the Republican-controlled legislature is unlikely to go for it.
Since the floodgates of debate have opened over cannabis legalization in New York, money is pouring into an unlikely place.
Oklahoma health officials approved restrictions she opposed to the voter-approved medical marijuana initiative.
Hemp legalization would lead to an industry boom, but everyone might not be allowed to participate in it.
Federal law requires medical cannabis users to give up their Second Amendment rights.
Crackdowns on the cartels have only fueled violence in Mexico. Now, the country’s newly-elected president is proposing an alternative approach.